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Scott Lively’s war on gays spans the U.S. to Uganda, Russia and beyond

| Friday, September 20, 2013
Scott Lively
Ask any LGBT rights activist to name the one person that they would pick as the community's arch-nemesis, and the likely answer would be Scott Lively, a Springfield, Mass., evangelical pastor and part-time coffeehouse barista.

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Alan Keyes: Gay rights leads to incest, bestiality, persecution of Christians

KYLE MANTYLA | Right Wing Watch | Thursday, September 19, 2013
Alan Keyes
Conservative political activist and author Alan Keyes returned to “Dr. Chaps” Gordon Klingenschmitt’s “Pray In Jesus Name” program on Thursday where he made the case that there can be no such thing as a “right to homosexuality” because all rights come from God, and God has said that homosexuality is an abomination.

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The LGBT community desperately needs to confront anti-gay propaganda

| Wednesday, September 18, 2013
SourceDemonstartors at an anti-gay protest in California.
The LGBT community has deceived itself into thinking that if we just sidestep the lies and distortions and solely focus on “telling our stories” as ordinary people seeking fairness under the American system, our problems with those who oppose our right to equality will dissipate. It’s high time that the LGBT community realize that this belief is a false bill of goods that serves as a pitiful Band-Aid to a problem that requires more than stories designed to yank at the heart strings; indeed, such efforts make it look as if we are begging for “tolerance.”

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Lithuania Parliament to consider five anti-LGBT bills

| Thursday, September 12, 2013
VILNIUS, Lithuania -- Five anti-LGBT bills are scheduled to be considered by Lithuania's parliament before the end of the year.

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Russian LGBT journalist threatens to ‘out’ closeted, anti-gay politicians

| Tuesday, September 10, 2013
FacebookElena Kostyuchenko (center), under arrest at an unauthorized Pride Rally in Moscow in May 2013.
MOSCOW -- A prominent Russian lesbian activist and journalist has announced her intent to out any closeted politician who votes in favor of new anti-gay legislation that would deny gay parents custody over their children.

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Senegal Justice Minister: Law criminalizing homosexuality here to stay

| Saturday, September 7, 2013
Sidiki Kaba
DAKAR, Senegal -- Senegal's new Justice Minister says the country’s law criminalizing homosexuality is here to remain, despite previously leading a campaign for LGBT rights.

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NCLR petition calls on global companies to urge Russia to repeal anti-gay laws

| Thursday, September 5, 2013
Demonstrators protest Russia's anti-gay laws.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) announced Thursday the launch of a campaign — "Stop LGBT Hate in Russia" — calling on global companies doing business in Russia to demand the repeal of new laws that target LGBT people and allies.

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Human rights activists target Russian anti-gay law at G20 protests

| Thursday, September 5, 2013
Elena Ignatyeva, APPolice officers snatch an artwork representing leaders of the G20 summit during a protest Wednesday against G20 Summit in front of Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg, Russia.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Spaced out along St. Petersburg's main thoroughfare, about a dozen human rights activists staged individual protests to attract the attention of leaders of the world's biggest economies to human rights violations in Russia.

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Russian lawmaker proposes bill to deny gay parents custody over their children

| Thursday, September 5, 2013
Alexei Zhuravlev
MOSCOW — A Russian lawmaker has proposed a bill that would deny gay parents custody over their children.

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Chaplain: Christian photographers should print ‘worthy of death’ on photos of gay couples

KYLE MANTYLA | Right Wing Watch | Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Last month, the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled that a photography studio’s refusal to photograph a same-sex wedding was a violation of the state’s anti-discrimination laws and former Navy chaplain “Dr. Chaps” Gordon Klingenschmitt is not happy about the ruling.

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